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Shooting at the 2012 London Summer Games:

Women's Trap

Shooting at the 2012 Summer Games: Previous Summer Games

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Host City: London, Great Britain
Venue(s): Royal Artillery Barracks, Woolwich, London
Date Started: August 4, 2012
Date Finished: August 4, 2012

Gold: ITA Jessica Rossi
Silver: SVK Zuzana Štefečeková
Bronze: FRA Delphine Racinet-Reau

Summary

Italy’s Jessica Rossi dominated this event with a 75 possible in the qualifier, equaling the world record, and 24 targets in the final round, setting a world record for the final total. Rossi missed only her 17th clay in the final round. The other medals were decided in a three-way shoot-off among Slovakian [Zuzana Stefecková], the 2000 Olympic bronze medalist [Delphine Reau] of France, and San Marino’s Alessandra Perilli, ranked #7 in the world coming into London 2012. All three tied with 93 targets hit with Perilli moving up from fifth place after qualifying with 71 clays. But she was the unlucky loser, missing her second shot in the medal shoot-off, as Stefeckova hit three targets for the silver, Reau winning her second bronze in the event.

The qualifying saw a three-way tie for sixth place which required a very long shoot-off. Spain’s Fatima Galvez won this with 12 hits, as Finland’s Satu Makela-Nummela lost out after hitting 11 targets, and Russian Yelena Tkach went after missing her seventh clay.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal PTS
1 Jessica Rossi 20 Italy ITA Gold 99
2 Zuzana Štefečeková 28 Slovakia SVK Silver 93
3 Delphine Racinet-Reau 38 France FRA Bronze 93
4 Alessandra Perilli 24 San Marino SMR 93
5 Fátima Gálvez 25 Spain ESP 87
6 Suzy Balogh 39 Australia AUS 87
7 Satu Mäkelä-Nummela 41 Finland FIN 70
8 Yelena Tkach 42 Russia RUS 70
9 Kim Rhode 33 United States USA 68
10 Lin Yi-Chun 31 Chinese Taipei TPE 68
11 Corey Cogdell 25 United States USA 68
12 Liu Yingzi 41 China CHN 67
13 Nihan Kantarcı 30 Turkey TUR 66
14 Daina Gudzinevičiūtė 46 Lithuania LTU 66
15 Yukie Nakayama 33 Japan JPN 65
16 Charlotte Kerwood 25 Great Britain GBR 64
17 Sonja Scheibl 32 Germany GER 64
18 Ray Bassil 23 Lebanon LIB 64
19 Gang Ji-Eun 21 South Korea KOR 62
20 Shagun Chowdhary 29 India IND 61
21 Yasmina Mesfioui 36 Morocco MAR 61
22 Gaby Ahrens 31 Namibia NAM 59